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Operational Base https://www.visitdubai.com/en/business-in-dubai/grow-your-business/setting-up/operational-base 20170813T105127:636382182874673007 20171225T193614:636498273749378285 Setting Up Commercial offices available for lease are plentiful, and increasingly some for leasehold purchase. There are many highly qualified real estate agents to guide you to the right building for your specific operation. Free zones usually help investors to find suitable premises and assist with setting up utility accounts. For non-free zone operators, setting up utilities can now be handled online through Dubai Water & Electricity Authority and either of the two main telecoms operators – Etisalat and du. Choosing the right commercial space when setting up an operation base

Setting up offices


Commercial offices available for lease are plentiful, and increasingly some for leasehold purchase. There are many highly qualified real estate agents to guide you to the right building for your specific operation.


Free zones usually help investors to find suitable premises and assist with setting up utility accounts. For non-free zone operators, setting up utilities can now be handled online through Dubai Water & Electricity Authority and either of the two main telecoms operators – Etisalat and du.


Both providers offer a wide range of telecoms solutions, including a variety of pre-paid, post-paid, broadband, data, and bundle packages. Document deliveries can be handled by any of the main integrators who are present in Dubai – FedEx, Aramex, UPS, DHL – or via the UAE’s own Empost service and a range of local delivery suppliers.


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Alternatively, there are a range of leased service office options which come already set up to provide full telecoms services, meeting rooms and administrative support. These flexi office solutions can be booked on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Choices range from local operators to established international networks including ServCorp and Regus.


When you apply for your trade licence, you’ll be asked to show a rent agreement for your proposed business location or a Memorandum of Understanding which is a precursor to an official lease. Dubai Municipality has strict zoning rules for businesses, so be sure your business is legally in the right place before signing any agreements. The Municipality can advise: www.dm.gov.ae.


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